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[texts]The auditory region of the arctoid carnivores (Volume Fieldiana Zoology v.29, no.3) - Segall, Walter, 1900-
"References": p. 59
Keywords: Ear; Carnivora
Downloads: 521
[texts]The ear region in Xenarthrans ( = Edentata: Mammalia) (Volume Fieldiana, Geology, new series, no. 18) - Patterson, Bryan, 1909-1979
This report is the first of two planned works detailing the descriptive and comparative anatomy of the xenarthran ear region (basicranium and its immediate surrounds, including middle ear, but not the inner ear). The study was begun by Patterson and Segall in 1945 and continued actively well into 1955, and only fitfully by Patterson thereafter. This part, "Cingulates," covers a representation of the Cingulata (= Loricata), including dasypodoids (Utaetus group, Priodontes group, Dasypus group, Eu...
Keywords: Ear; Xenarthra, Fossil
Downloads: 529
[texts]Morphological parallelisms of the bulla and auditory ossicles in some insectivores and marsupials (Volume Fieldiana Zoology v.51, no.16) - Segall, Walter, 1900-
Bibliography: p. 205
Keywords: Ear -- Anatomy; Marsupials; Insectivora
Downloads: 446
[texts]The auditory region of the Toxodontia (Volume Fieldiana, Geology, Vol.6, No.1) - Patterson, Bryan, 1909-1979
Includes bibliographical references (p. 26)
Keywords: Toxodontia; Mammals, Fossil; Ear
Downloads: 456
[texts]Auditory region in bats including Icaronycteris index (Volume Fieldiana Zoology v.58, no.9) - Segall, Walter, 1900-
Bibliography: p. 108
Keywords: Ear -- Anatomy; Bats, Fossil
Downloads: 491
[texts]The auditory region (ossicles, sinuses) in gliding mammals and selected representatives of non-gliding genera (Volume Fieldiana Zoology v.58, no.5) - Segall, Walter, 1900-
Bibliography: p. 58-59
Keywords: Mammals -- Anatomy; Animal locomotion; Ear ossicles
Downloads: 632
[texts]The ear region in Xenarthrans ( = Edentata: Mammalia) (Volume Fieldiana, Geology, new series, no. 24) - Patterson, Bryan, 1909-1979
This paper is the second in a series of two works detailing the descriptive and comparative anatomy of the xenarthran ear region (basicranium and its immediate surrounds, including the middle but not the inner ear). The study was begun by Patterson and Segall in 1945 and continued until Patterson's departure from the Field Museum in 1955, but was never completed. Part I (Patterson et al., 1989) covers the anatomy of the auditory region in cingulates, i.e., armadillos, pampatheres, and glyptodont...
Keywords: Xenarthra, Fossil -- Anatomy; Skull base; Xenarthra -- Anatomy; Ear
Downloads: 1,145
[texts]The external morphology of the inner ear in bats from the phosphorites of Quercy (Volume Fieldiana, Geology, Vol.33, No.4) - Segall, Walter, 1900-
Camera lucida drawings of the cochlea and the fenestra cochleae of various species of a number of genera (Pseudorhinolophus, Palaeophyllophora, Paraphyllophora, Vespertiliavus, Nycterobius, and Nyctinomus) from the Phosphorites of Quercy have been measured and compared with measurements of the same structures in Recent chiropters. In each case other morphologic details have been noted. -- The length of the cochlea was measured according to Gray, the width according to my own method...
Keywords: Bats, Fossil; Labyrinth (Ear); Paleontology -- Tertiary; Paleontology -- France Quercy
Downloads: 642
[texts]The internal structure of the ear in some notoungulates (Volume Fieldiana, Geology, Vol.6, No.15) - Patterson, Bryan, 1909-1979
Includes bibliographical references (p. 226)
Keywords: Captain Marshall Field paleontological expeditions to Argentina and Bolivia, 1922-1924; Ear
Downloads: 529
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